The Ruston Lions Club held its annual installation banquet June 28. The new officers are (front row) Denise Futch, third vice president; Stephanie Griffin, president; Perry Lassiter, tail twister; (back row) Robert Daulton, treasurer; Jerry Johnson, director; Carrol Cochran, first vice president; Terrel DeVille, membership coordinator; and Phillip Washington, lion tamer. Not shown are Ray Osborn, secretary; Elizabeth Turnley and Alan Sumrall, directors; Emmett Gibbs, second vice president; and Charlie Edwards, immediate past president.
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Raven Dade is the 2012 recipient of the Education Scholarship Award given from Queen Vashti Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star affiliated with U.M.W. King George Grand Lodge A.M. & A.F. State of Louisiana. This award was given on Oct. 19 at the 88th Grand Session in Pineville. The education committee consisted of Sister Angelite Caldwell, chairperson, Sis. Lillie Young and Sister Audrey Gardenhigh.
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners proudly present their annual Fall Bulb Sale on Oct. 12.
This annual sale will be held at the Randle T. Moore Center on Fairfield Avenue at Kings Highway in Shreveport from 8 a.m. until noon.
Featured are hard to find heirloom bulbs to beautify any flower garden. Those interested can’t buy these heirloom bulbs in stores. Many of the bulbs come from Master Gardener’s gardens, and have been dug up from old home sites.
There will be more than 5,000 heirloom bulbs (more than 50 varieties) that thrive in the South for sale.
In order to acknowledge the strides individuals have made in overcoming addiction and to provide ongoing education and support to all those directly and indirectly affected by addiction, the month of September has been set aside by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals as Recovery Month.